Hyderabad Is the Right Choice – Backstage Pass Institute of Gaming and Technology.


Hyderabad has a population of nearly one crore and of this, a considerable portion is migrants from other parts of India. As per UN World Population Prospects, the population of Hyderabad in 2022 is 10.4 Million (1.04 Crore) and 30 to 35% of migrants coming from different parts of India contributes to the population, These people made this city their home due to pursuing higher studies, work prosperous of Industrial, IT and Pharma sector.

Hyderabad has a large student population because it is home to many universities and institutes of repute. The city has two central universities; three deemed universities, and six state universities. Osmania University is one of the oldest universities in India. Other reputed educational institutes are the University of Hyderabad, EFLU, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University,  International Institute of Information Technology, Indian Institute of Technology, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, etc.  Institute of Public Enterprise and the National Academy of Legal Studies & Research (NALSAR) is situated here. This attracts students from all over India and even foreign countries. Apart from this, Hyderabad is well connected to places all over India by air, rail, and road. So students coming here to study are not constrained by a lack of connectivity.

Unique Features

The diversity in population in Hyderabad enhances the cosmopolitan nature of the city and presents a potpourri of cultures for the students to savor. The city hosts educational, cultural, and professional events on a regular basis which helps students enrich their learning experience.

The numbers of restaurants, cafes, multiplexes, and malls in the city provide good venues for entertainment, socializing, and catching up with friends. The city is safe for students. Initiatives like the SHE teams introduced by Hyderabad police to protect women have made female students feel safer here. Most of the universities here provide good hostel facilities and there are other options like youth hostels, paying guest accommodation, etc.  The city also has a relatively peaceful political and social environment and good public and healthcare services.

In a survey recently conducted by global consulting firm Mercer, the city has been ranked as the best Indian city to live in. The city is ranked at 139 on the list of 230 cities from across the world. The city in comparison to other Indian cities scores in terms of ‘lower crime rate’, ‘lesser air pollution and ‘improved options for international and reputable English speaking schools’ according to Mercer. Other Indian cities featured in the list are Pune (144), Bangalore (145), Chennai (150), Mumbai (152), Kolkata (160), and New Delhi (161).

For parents sending their children to study here, the advantages are the city is well connected and there are a number of national and international banks to transfer money. The cosmopolitan nature of the city assures that their children will not feel out of place here as they are bound to be students from their state or region here.  Cultural associations of different states are popular venues for students in the city to meet people from their state.


After finishing their education, young people can find c in the city because Hyderabad is home to many IT companies, multinational firms, manufacturing firms, pharmaceutical firms, etc. The city is home to international IT companies like IBM, Microsoft, Accenture, and Dell. Apple and Uber are planning to set up their development centers here.

So if you are choosing to do a course in game design at Backstage Pass, rest assured Hyderabad will be a good place to study. As for employment opportunities after your course, Backstage Pass offers 100% placement assistance to all the enrolled students. So, there can be opportunities for you to work in reputed companies like Purple Talk, Gameshastra, etc., which are operating in Hyderabad itself.

So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and get set for your dream career in the ‘City of Pearls.’

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